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Anglican Bishop Calls for 'Gay Christianity' Comments

Purporting to use the "principle of contradiction" from Philosophical thought, Bishop Gene Robinson preaches another gospel. Continue Reading

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  1. Jen
    6 years ago

    It is chilling to read Robinson's distortion of Scripture and his twisted interpretation of acceptance in Christ. Robinson's "light" is indeed darkness! May God help the rest of us not to be deceived.

  2. Holly
    6 years ago

    He Robinson says, That the Apostles werent ready for all the teaching. The question is this then, What did Jesus say when He said, I came to fulfil the law not to abolish it.
    Now in the old testament there is something about homosexuality being a no no isnt there.
    No what is Robinson getting at here because he sounds awfully contradictory and distorted in his thinking.
    He sounds like he is trying to turn the tables on Jesus himself if you ask me.
    Any scholars out there want to give us an answer here?
    Peace, love brothers and sisters and be peaceful in your fight.

  3. julian
    6 years ago

    One man - puts himself forth to oppose the unchanged teachings of the Almighty - a man who calls the murder of the unborn a good, and the sodomite perversion a good -
    and he proudly suggests that his mockery of a church is the right vehicle for conveying these monstrously degenerate ideas to the gullible. Obviously the man rejects Holy Scripture ( else he would not help lead other souls to damnation by affirming them in the continuance of their sin) but if he had ever read the words of Isaiah, he would know that he and his ilk were prophesied long ago:

    ... Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness ... Isaiah 5:20

  4. Ann Cox
    6 years ago

    I have heard once from a scholar that the Bible is to be looked at as a stained glass window rather than a clear window. A stained glass window is something to gaze at and admire. A clear glass window is something to look through. Do others agree with me that he might be taking many stories and concepts out of context?

  5. mar
    6 years ago

    please, correct my poor English in my previous email:a hundred reason, with a hundred reasons(? I am not sure!)...and: Protestants Churches with Protestant Churches. Many Thanks - Mar

  6. mar
    6 years ago

    The Catholic Church spoke openly about the issue of homosexuality. In protestant Churches everything someone likes finds a hundred reason to secure his/her ideas with the "only Bible". There is still in the Catholic Church the approach of communication that, on my opinion, has to change like calling “bishop Gene Robinson”. The Catholic Church never recognized the Holy Orders in Protestants churches; therefore these churches have no priests and Bishops. Mr. Gene Robinson, is fabricating disgust in the world and perplexity in those who have no comprehensible mind about the faith. He is invited to repent before God calling him for judgment, maybe soon.

  7. mrsqueeky
    6 years ago

    This church man need Gospel Cream for itching ears. 2 Timothy 4:3.

  8. Tom
    6 years ago

    Accepting homosexuality and protestant.

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